Fanny Stetson

F, b. 17 June 1788
     Fanny Stetson married Asahel Edson (Ega #175-4), son of Thomas Edson (Ega #175) and Mary Jarvis. Her married name was Edson. Fanny Stetson was born on 17 June 1788.

(?) Edson (Daughter) (EGA #175-5)

F, b. 13 February 1791, d. 13 February 1791
(?) Edson (Daughter) (EGA #175-5)|b. 13 Feb 1791\nd. 13 Feb 1791|p78.htm#i5827|Thomas Edson (Ega #175)|b. 3 Jun 1753\nd. 1836|p77.htm#i5812|Mary Jarvis|b. 12 May 1762\nd. Feb 1835|p77.htm#i5813|Obed Edson (Ega #78)||p77.htm#i5801|Martha Thomas||p77.htm#i5802|William Jarvis||p79.htm#i5903|Mary Wright||p79.htm#i5904|
     (?) Edson (Daughter) (EGA #175-5) died on 13 February 1791 at Lanesboro, Berkshire County, Massachusetts; died at birth. She was born on 13 February 1791 at Lanesboro, Berkshire County, Massachusetts. She was the daughter of Thomas Edson (Ega #175) and Mary Jarvis.

Oramel Edson (Ega #175-6)

M, b. 9 September 1792, d. 28 October 1833
Oramel Edson (Ega #175-6)|b. 9 Sep 1792\nd. 28 Oct 1833|p78.htm#i5828|Thomas Edson (Ega #175)|b. 3 Jun 1753\nd. 1836|p77.htm#i5812|Mary Jarvis|b. 12 May 1762\nd. Feb 1835|p77.htm#i5813|Obed Edson (Ega #78)||p77.htm#i5801|Martha Thomas||p77.htm#i5802|William Jarvis||p79.htm#i5903|Mary Wright||p79.htm#i5904|
     Oramel Edson (EGA#175-6), sixth child and fourth son of Thomas Edson (EGA#175) and Mary Jarvis, born Sept. 9, 1792, Lanesboro, Berkshire Co., Mass., married in Milford, Otsego Co., NY, as her second husband, Lydia Morris, born Nov. 8, 1796, Otsego NY, daughter of Samuel Morris and Betsey Bradford. She had previously married on Dec. 27, 1812, James Wells, who died Mar. 18, 1827. Oramel Edson died Oct 28, 1833 in Portlandville, Otsego Co., NY. He had lived in Fly Creek in that county.
ID 3028
Oramel Edson (EGA#175-6), sixth child and fourth son of Thomas Edson (EGA#175) and Mary Jarvis, born Sept. 9, 1792, Lanesboro, Berkshire Co., Mass., married in Milford, Otsego Co., NY, as her second husband, Lydia Morris, born Nov. 8, 1796, Otsego NY, daughter of Samuel Morris and Betsey Bradford. She had previously married on Dec. 27, 1812, James Wells, who died Mar. 18, 1827. Oramel Edson died Oct 28, 1833 in Portlandville, Otsego Co., NY. He had lived in Fly Creek in that county. Oramel Edson (Ega #175-6) married Lydia Morris, daughter of Samuel Morris and Betsey Bradford, at Milford, Otsego County, New York. Oramel Edson (Ega #175-6) was born on 9 September 1792 at Lanesboro, Berkshire County, New York. He was the son of Thomas Edson (Ega #175) and Mary Jarvis. Oramel Edson (Ega #175-6) died on 28 October 1833 at Portlandville, Otsego County, New York, at age 41.

Children of Oramel Edson (Ega #175-6) and Lydia Morris

Lydia Morris

F, b. 8 November 1796
Lydia Morris|b. 8 Nov 1796|p78.htm#i5829|Samuel Morris||p78.htm#i5830|Betsey Bradford||p78.htm#i5831|||||||||||||
     Lydia Morris married Oramel Edson (Ega #175-6), son of Thomas Edson (Ega #175) and Mary Jarvis, at Milford, Otsego County, New York. Her married name was Edson. Lydia Morris was born on 8 November 1796 at Otsego County, New York. She was the daughter of Samuel Morris and Betsey Bradford. Lydia Morris married James Wells on 27 December 1812. As of 27 December 1812,her married name was Wells (Morris).

Children of Lydia Morris and Oramel Edson (Ega #175-6)

Samuel Morris

M
     Samuel Morris married Betsey Bradford.

Child of Samuel Morris and Betsey Bradford

Betsey Bradford

F
     Betsey Bradford married Samuel Morris. Her married name was Morris.

Child of Betsey Bradford and Samuel Morris

James Wells

M, d. 18 March 1827
     James Wells married Lydia Morris, daughter of Samuel Morris and Betsey Bradford, on 27 December 1812. James Wells died on 18 March 1827.

Mary C. Edson (Ega #175-15)

F, b. between 1815 and 1820
Mary C. Edson (Ega #175-15)|b. bt 1815 - 1820|p78.htm#i5833|Oramel Edson (Ega #175-6)|b. 9 Sep 1792\nd. 28 Oct 1833|p78.htm#i5828|Lydia Morris|b. 8 Nov 1796|p78.htm#i5829|Thomas Edson (Ega #175)|b. 3 Jun 1753\nd. 1836|p77.htm#i5812|Mary Jarvis|b. 12 May 1762\nd. Feb 1835|p77.htm#i5813|Samuel Morris||p78.htm#i5830|Betsey Bradford||p78.htm#i5831|
     Mary C. Edson (Ega #175-15) was born between 1815 and 1820 at Portlandville, Milford, Otsego County, New York. She was the daughter of Oramel Edson (Ega #175-6) and Lydia Morris.

(?) Edson (son) (EGA #175-16)

M, b. between 1815 and 1820
(?) Edson (son) (EGA #175-16)|b. bt 1815 - 1820|p78.htm#i5834|Oramel Edson (Ega #175-6)|b. 9 Sep 1792\nd. 28 Oct 1833|p78.htm#i5828|Lydia Morris|b. 8 Nov 1796|p78.htm#i5829|Thomas Edson (Ega #175)|b. 3 Jun 1753\nd. 1836|p77.htm#i5812|Mary Jarvis|b. 12 May 1762\nd. Feb 1835|p77.htm#i5813|Samuel Morris||p78.htm#i5830|Betsey Bradford||p78.htm#i5831|
     (?) Edson (son) (EGA #175-16) was born between 1815 and 1820. He was the son of Oramel Edson (Ega #175-6) and Lydia Morris.

(?) Edson (son) (EGA #175-17)

M, b. between 1815 and 1820
(?) Edson (son) (EGA #175-17)|b. bt 1815 - 1820|p78.htm#i5835|Oramel Edson (Ega #175-6)|b. 9 Sep 1792\nd. 28 Oct 1833|p78.htm#i5828|Lydia Morris|b. 8 Nov 1796|p78.htm#i5829|Thomas Edson (Ega #175)|b. 3 Jun 1753\nd. 1836|p77.htm#i5812|Mary Jarvis|b. 12 May 1762\nd. Feb 1835|p77.htm#i5813|Samuel Morris||p78.htm#i5830|Betsey Bradford||p78.htm#i5831|
     (?) Edson (son) (EGA #175-17) was born between 1815 and 1820. He was the son of Oramel Edson (Ega #175-6) and Lydia Morris.

(?) Edson (son) (EGA #175-18)

M, b. between 1820 and 1825
(?) Edson (son) (EGA #175-18)|b. bt 1820 - 1825|p78.htm#i5836|Oramel Edson (Ega #175-6)|b. 9 Sep 1792\nd. 28 Oct 1833|p78.htm#i5828|Lydia Morris|b. 8 Nov 1796|p78.htm#i5829|Thomas Edson (Ega #175)|b. 3 Jun 1753\nd. 1836|p77.htm#i5812|Mary Jarvis|b. 12 May 1762\nd. Feb 1835|p77.htm#i5813|Samuel Morris||p78.htm#i5830|Betsey Bradford||p78.htm#i5831|
     (?) Edson (son) (EGA #175-18) was born between 1820 and 1825. He was the son of Oramel Edson (Ega #175-6) and Lydia Morris.

Sarah Edson (Ega #175-7)

F, b. 4 January 1795, d. 3 January 1803
Sarah Edson (Ega #175-7)|b. 4 Jan 1795\nd. 3 Jan 1803|p78.htm#i5837|Thomas Edson (Ega #175)|b. 3 Jun 1753\nd. 1836|p77.htm#i5812|Mary Jarvis|b. 12 May 1762\nd. Feb 1835|p77.htm#i5813|Obed Edson (Ega #78)||p77.htm#i5801|Martha Thomas||p77.htm#i5802|William Jarvis||p79.htm#i5903|Mary Wright||p79.htm#i5904|
     Sarah Edson (Ega #175-7) Died on birthday at 8 yrs of age. She was born on 4 January 1795 at Lanesboro, Berkshire County, New York. She was the daughter of Thomas Edson (Ega #175) and Mary Jarvis. Sarah Edson (Ega #175-7) died on 3 January 1803 at age 7.

Theodatus Edson (Ega #175-8)

M, b. 7 July 1798, d. 21 September 1834
Theodatus Edson (Ega #175-8)|b. 7 Jul 1798\nd. 21 Sep 1834|p78.htm#i5838|Thomas Edson (Ega #175)|b. 3 Jun 1753\nd. 1836|p77.htm#i5812|Mary Jarvis|b. 12 May 1762\nd. Feb 1835|p77.htm#i5813|Obed Edson (Ega #78)||p77.htm#i5801|Martha Thomas||p77.htm#i5802|William Jarvis||p79.htm#i5903|Mary Wright||p79.htm#i5904|
     Theodatus Edson (Ega #175-8) was born on 7 July 1798 at Fly Creek, Otsego County, New York. He was the son of Thomas Edson (Ega #175) and Mary Jarvis. Theodatus Edson (Ega #175-8) died on 21 September 1834 at Oneonta, Otsego County, New York, at age 36.

Elizabeth Edson (Ega #175-9)

F, b. 15 September 1801, d. 1848
Elizabeth Edson (Ega #175-9)|b. 15 Sep 1801\nd. 1848|p78.htm#i5839|Thomas Edson (Ega #175)|b. 3 Jun 1753\nd. 1836|p77.htm#i5812|Mary Jarvis|b. 12 May 1762\nd. Feb 1835|p77.htm#i5813|Obed Edson (Ega #78)||p77.htm#i5801|Martha Thomas||p77.htm#i5802|William Jarvis||p79.htm#i5903|Mary Wright||p79.htm#i5904|
     Elizabeth Edson (Ega #175-9) was born on 15 September 1801 at Fly Creek, Otsego County, New York. She was the daughter of Thomas Edson (Ega #175) and Mary Jarvis. Elizabeth Edson (Ega #175-9) married Joseph Rice on 27 January 1825. As of 27 January 1825,her married name was Rice (Edson). Elizabeth Edson (Ega #175-9) died in 1848 at Cooperstown, Otsego County, New York.

Children of Elizabeth Edson (Ega #175-9) and Joseph Rice

Joseph Rice

M
     Joseph Rice married Elizabeth Edson (Ega #175-9), daughter of Thomas Edson (Ega #175) and Mary Jarvis, on 27 January 1825.

Joseph Marcus Rice (Ega #175-19)

M
Joseph Marcus Rice (Ega #175-19)||p78.htm#i5841|Joseph Rice||p78.htm#i5840|Elizabeth Edson (Ega #175-9)|b. 15 Sep 1801\nd. 1848|p78.htm#i5839|||||||Thomas Edson (Ega #175)|b. 3 Jun 1753\nd. 1836|p77.htm#i5812|Mary Jarvis|b. 12 May 1762\nd. Feb 1835|p77.htm#i5813|
     Joseph Marcus Rice (Ega #175-19) was the son of Joseph Rice and Elizabeth Edson (Ega #175-9).

Ann Maria Rice (Ega #175-20)

F
Ann Maria Rice (Ega #175-20)||p78.htm#i5842|Joseph Rice||p78.htm#i5840|Elizabeth Edson (Ega #175-9)|b. 15 Sep 1801\nd. 1848|p78.htm#i5839|||||||Thomas Edson (Ega #175)|b. 3 Jun 1753\nd. 1836|p77.htm#i5812|Mary Jarvis|b. 12 May 1762\nd. Feb 1835|p77.htm#i5813|
     Ann Maria Rice (Ega #175-20) was the daughter of Joseph Rice and Elizabeth Edson (Ega #175-9).

Silence Edson (Ega #177)

F, b. 19 September 1756
Silence Edson (Ega #177)|b. 19 Sep 1756|p78.htm#i5843|Obed Edson (Ega #78)||p77.htm#i5801|Martha Thomas||p77.htm#i5802|Samuel Edson|b. 14 Jan 1689/90\nd. 27 Dec 1771|p77.htm#i5800||||||||||
     Her married name was Trupwell. Silence Edson (Ega #177) No further information on this family is available. She was born on 19 September 1756 at Bridgewater, Massachusetts. She was the daughter of Obed Edson (Ega #78) and Martha Thomas. Silence Edson (Ega #177) married James Trupwell on 18 October 1782 at Taunton, Massachusetts.

James Trupwell

M
     James Trupwell No further information is available on this family. He married Silence Edson (Ega #177), daughter of Obed Edson (Ega #78) and Martha Thomas, on 18 October 1782 at Taunton, Massachusetts.

Margaret Barbara Bonesteel

F, b. 27 March 1819, d. 5 February 1904
Margaret Barbara Bonesteel|b. 27 Mar 1819\nd. 5 Feb 1904|p78.htm#i5845|Jacob Nicholas Bonesteel||p78.htm#i5846|Gertrude Ring||p78.htm#i5847|||||||||||||
     Her married name was Edson. Margaret Barbara Bonesteel was born on 27 March 1819 at Clermont, Columbia County, New York. She was the daughter of Jacob Nicholas Bonesteel and Gertrude Ring. Margaret Barbara Bonesteel married Marmont Bryan Edson (Ega #175-12), son of William Jarvis Edson (Ega #175-3) and Mary Fairchild, on 7 October 1841 at Oswego, Oswego County, New York. Margaret Barbara Bonesteel died on 5 February 1904 at New York City, New York, at age 84.

Children of Margaret Barbara Bonesteel and Marmont Bryan Edson (Ega #175-12)

Jacob Nicholas Bonesteel

M
     Jacob Nicholas Bonesteel married Gertrude Ring.

Child of Jacob Nicholas Bonesteel and Gertrude Ring

Gertrude Ring

F
     Gertrude Ring married Jacob Nicholas Bonesteel. Her married name was Bonesteel.

Child of Gertrude Ring and Jacob Nicholas Bonesteel

Jarvis Bonesteel Edson (Ega #175-21)

M, b. 30 April 1845, d. 26 January 1911
Jarvis Bonesteel Edson (Ega #175-21)|b. 30 Apr 1845\nd. 26 Jan 1911|p78.htm#i5848|Marmont Bryan Edson (Ega #175-12)|b. 12 Apr 1813\nd. 2 Apr 1892|p77.htm#i5822|Margaret Barbara Bonesteel|b. 27 Mar 1819\nd. 5 Feb 1904|p78.htm#i5845|William J. Edson (Ega #175-3)|b. 23 Feb 1786\nd. 1 Oct 1848|p77.htm#i5816|Mary Fairchild|b. 11 Mar 1788\nd. 24 Dec 1873|p77.htm#i5817|Jacob N. Bonesteel||p78.htm#i5846|Gertrude Ring||p78.htm#i5847|
     Jarvis Bonesteel Edson (EGA#175-21), first child of Marmont Bryan Edson (EGA#175-12) and Margaret Barbara Bonesteel, born April 30, 1845, Janesville, Rock Co. WI, married, Feb. 9, 1875, Brooklyn, NY, Eliza Ward Robins, born Oct. 1, 1848, Providence, RI, daughter of James Talmage Gano Robins and Janet DeKay. He died New York City, Jan. 26, 1911, and she there, Feb. 6, 1920. They were buried in Greenwood Cemetery, Brooklyn, New York City. He enrolled in Co. D, 23rd N&Y National Guard Regiment, in Brooklyn on June 18, 1863, and was Honorable Discharged there, July 23, 1863. He shortly applied for appointment to the Corps of Engineers, U.S. Navy, assigned to the "Fah-Kee," an armed steamer. On Dec. 23, 1864, he was order to the "Cambridge," a double-decked gunboat on blockade service off Charleston, South Carolina. Subsequently, he served on the "Carnation" and then on the "Wasp." For three years he served in the Caribbean Sea, and in the South Atlantic, and was Honorably Discharged Aug. 27, 1868.

He then deoted himself to investing and perfecting instruments for recording the pressure of fluids, and received many prizes or awards for these at expositions, both at home and abroad. He became Vice President of the Edson Recording Gauge Co. in 1870, and held this position, and acted as superintendent of it until 1873. He then became associated with Thomas Alva Edison in the development of electrical instruments and appliances.

In 1874 he, with Thomas Alva Edison and J. T. Murray, organized the Domestic Telegraph Co., becoming, that December, its general manager and, in 1875, its vice-president. Later, he sold his interest in this company and, for 10 years, manufactured celluloid (otherwise known as zylonite), and designed and perfected machinery for use in this connection. In August, 1881, he moved to Adams, Berkshire Co., Mass., where he was superintendent and general manager of the American Zylonite Co. In the spring of 1884, he returned to Brooklyn, and in 1895 to New York City (Manhattan). He was an early member of the American Society of Mechanical Engineers, a member of the American Society of Naval Engineers, of the United States Naval Institute, of the Franklin Institute, of the Sons of the Revolution, of the Engineers' Club of New York, of the Colonial Club of New York, of the Montauk Club of Brooklyn, of the New York Yacht Club, of Bedford Lodge No. 274, F.&A.M., and of the Wisconsin Society. He was a charter member of the Naval Order of the United States, and of the Navy League of the United States. He and his wife were members of All Saints Protestant Episcopal Church. He was a Republican.

On retiring he became interested in the history of the family and engaged professional genealogists to do research for him, and produced, at his own expense, the most comprehensive history and genealogy of the Edson family published to date. "Edsons in England and America," published in 1903, gives the detailed history of Deacon Samuel Edson, the immigrant ancester, and of his ancestors, and of his Colonial descendants. For post-Revolutionary War generations, he developed in considerable detail the history of the families of his own direct line of descent. This is followed by approximately 200 pages of straight "Genealogy of the Edsons," showing all the then known Edson descendants of Deacon Samuel.
ID 3048
Jarvis Bonesteel Edson (EGA#175-21), first child of Marmont Bryan Edson (EGA#175-12) and Margaret Barbara Bonesteel, born April 30, 1845, Janesville, Rock Co. WI, married, Feb. 9, 1875, Brooklyn, NY, Eliza Ward Robins, born Oct. 1, 1848, Providence, RI, daughter of James Talmage Gano Robins and Janet DeKay. He died New York City, Jan. 26, 1911, and she there, Feb. 6, 1920. They were buried in Greenwood Cemetery, Brooklyn, New York City. He enrolled in Co. D, 23rd N&Y National Guard Regiment, in Brooklyn on June 18, 1863, and was Honorable Discharged there, July 23, 1863. He shortly applied for appointment to the Corps of Engineers, U.S. Navy, assigned to the "Fah-Kee," an armed steamer. On Dec. 23, 1864, he was order to the "Cambridge," a double-decked gunboat on blockade service off Charleston, South Carolina. Subsequently, he served on the "Carnation" and then on the "Wasp." For three years he served in the Caribbean Sea, and in the South Atlantic, and was Honorably Discharged Aug. 27, 1868.

He then deoted himself to investing and perfecting instruments for recording the pressure of fluids, and received many prizes or awards for these at expositions, both at home and abroad. He became Vice President of the Edson Recording Gauge Co. in 1870, and held this position, and acted as superintendent of it until 1873. He then became associated with Thomas Alva Edison in the development of electrical instruments and appliances.

In 1874 he, with Thomas Alva Edison and J. T. Murray, organized the Domestic Telegraph Co., becoming, that December, its general manager and, in 1875, its vice-president. Later, he sold his interest in this company and, for 10 years, manufactured celluloid (otherwise known as zylonite), and designed and perfected machinery for use in this connection. In August, 1881, he moved to Adams, Berkshire Co., Mass., where he was superintendent and general manager of the American Zylonite Co. In the spring of 1884, he returned to Brooklyn, and in 1895 to New York City (Manhattan). He was an early member of the American Society of Mechanical Engineers, a member of the American Society of Naval Engineers, of the United States Naval Institute, of the Franklin Institute, of the Sons of the Revolution, of the Engineers' Club of New York, of the Colonial Club of New York, of the Montauk Club of Brooklyn, of the New York Yacht Club, of Bedford Lodge No. 274, F.&A.M., and of the Wisconsin Society. He was a charter member of the Naval Order of the United States, and of the Navy League of the United States. He and his wife were members of All Saints Protestant Episcopal Church. He was a Republican.

On retiring he became interested in the history of the family and engaged professional genealogists to do research for him, and produced, at his own expense, the most comprehensive history and genealogy of the Edson family published to date. "Edsons in England and America," published in 1903, gives the detailed history of Deacon Samuel Edson, the immigrant ancester, and of his ancestors, and of his Colonial descendants. For post-Revolutionary War generations, he developed in considerable detail the history of the families of his own direct line of descent. This is followed by approximately 200 pages of straight "Genealogy of the Edsons," showing all the then known Edson descendants of Deacon Samuel. Jarvis Bonesteel Edson (Ega #175-21) was buried at Greenwood Cemetery, Brooklyn, New York. He was born on 30 April 1845 at Janesville, Rock County, Wisconsin. He was the son of Marmont Bryan Edson (Ega #175-12) and Margaret Barbara Bonesteel. Jarvis Bonesteel Edson (Ega #175-21) married Eliza Ward Robins, daughter of James Talmage Gano Robins and Janet DeKay, on 9 February 1875 at Brooklyn, New York. Jarvis Bonesteel Edson (Ega #175-21) died on 26 January 1911 at New York City, New York, at age 65.

Children of Jarvis Bonesteel Edson (Ega #175-21) and Eliza Ward Robins

Henry Augustus Edson (Ega #175-22)

M, b. 9 April 1847, d. 9 September 1870
Henry Augustus Edson (Ega #175-22)|b. 9 Apr 1847\nd. 9 Sep 1870|p78.htm#i5849|Marmont Bryan Edson (Ega #175-12)|b. 12 Apr 1813\nd. 2 Apr 1892|p77.htm#i5822|Margaret Barbara Bonesteel|b. 27 Mar 1819\nd. 5 Feb 1904|p78.htm#i5845|William J. Edson (Ega #175-3)|b. 23 Feb 1786\nd. 1 Oct 1848|p77.htm#i5816|Mary Fairchild|b. 11 Mar 1788\nd. 24 Dec 1873|p77.htm#i5817|Jacob N. Bonesteel||p78.htm#i5846|Gertrude Ring||p78.htm#i5847|
     Henry Augustus Edson (Ega #175-22) was born on 9 April 1847 at Janesville, Rock County, Wisconsin. He was the son of Marmont Bryan Edson (Ega #175-12) and Margaret Barbara Bonesteel. Henry Augustus Edson (Ega #175-22) died on 9 September 1870 at Brooklyn, New York, at age 23.

Mary Gertrude Edson (Ega #175-23)

F, b. 17 November 1849
Mary Gertrude Edson (Ega #175-23)|b. 17 Nov 1849|p78.htm#i5850|Marmont Bryan Edson (Ega #175-12)|b. 12 Apr 1813\nd. 2 Apr 1892|p77.htm#i5822|Margaret Barbara Bonesteel|b. 27 Mar 1819\nd. 5 Feb 1904|p78.htm#i5845|William J. Edson (Ega #175-3)|b. 23 Feb 1786\nd. 1 Oct 1848|p77.htm#i5816|Mary Fairchild|b. 11 Mar 1788\nd. 24 Dec 1873|p77.htm#i5817|Jacob N. Bonesteel||p78.htm#i5846|Gertrude Ring||p78.htm#i5847|
     Her married name was Aldrich. Mary Gertrude Edson (Ega #175-23) was born on 17 November 1849 at Janesville, Rock County, Wisconsin. She was the daughter of Marmont Bryan Edson (Ega #175-12) and Margaret Barbara Bonesteel.

Tracy John Edson (Ega #175-24)

M, b. 26 May 1854, d. 4 September 1855
Tracy John Edson (Ega #175-24)|b. 26 May 1854\nd. 4 Sep 1855|p78.htm#i5851|Marmont Bryan Edson (Ega #175-12)|b. 12 Apr 1813\nd. 2 Apr 1892|p77.htm#i5822|Margaret Barbara Bonesteel|b. 27 Mar 1819\nd. 5 Feb 1904|p78.htm#i5845|William J. Edson (Ega #175-3)|b. 23 Feb 1786\nd. 1 Oct 1848|p77.htm#i5816|Mary Fairchild|b. 11 Mar 1788\nd. 24 Dec 1873|p77.htm#i5817|Jacob N. Bonesteel||p78.htm#i5846|Gertrude Ring||p78.htm#i5847|
     Tracy John Edson (Ega #175-24) was born on 26 May 1854 at Decatur, Green County, Wisconsin. He was the son of Marmont Bryan Edson (Ega #175-12) and Margaret Barbara Bonesteel. Tracy John Edson (Ega #175-24) died on 4 September 1855 at Decatur, Green County, Wisconsin, at age 1.

Fanny Fairchild Edson (Ega #175-25)

F, b. 16 April 1859, d. 13 December 1885
Fanny Fairchild Edson (Ega #175-25)|b. 16 Apr 1859\nd. 13 Dec 1885|p78.htm#i5852|Marmont Bryan Edson (Ega #175-12)|b. 12 Apr 1813\nd. 2 Apr 1892|p77.htm#i5822|Margaret Barbara Bonesteel|b. 27 Mar 1819\nd. 5 Feb 1904|p78.htm#i5845|William J. Edson (Ega #175-3)|b. 23 Feb 1786\nd. 1 Oct 1848|p77.htm#i5816|Mary Fairchild|b. 11 Mar 1788\nd. 24 Dec 1873|p77.htm#i5817|Jacob N. Bonesteel||p78.htm#i5846|Gertrude Ring||p78.htm#i5847|
     Fanny Fairchild Edson (Ega #175-25) There is no further information of this family. She was buried at Greenwood Cemetery, Brooklyn, New York. She was born on 16 April 1859 at Prairie du Chien, Crawford County, Wisconsin. She was the daughter of Marmont Bryan Edson (Ega #175-12) and Margaret Barbara Bonesteel. Fanny Fairchild Edson (Ega #175-25) married Edward Maxwell Reid on 7 February 1884 at Brooklyn, New York. As of 7 February 1884,her married name was Reid (Edson). Fanny Fairchild Edson (Ega #175-25) died on 13 December 1885 at age 26.

Eliza Ward Robins

F, b. 1 October 1848, d. 6 February 1920
Eliza Ward Robins|b. 1 Oct 1848\nd. 6 Feb 1920|p78.htm#i5853|James Talmage Gano Robins||p78.htm#i5854|Janet DeKay||p78.htm#i5855|||||||||||||
     Eliza Ward Robins was buried at Greenwood Cemetery, Brooklyn, New York. Her married name was Edson. She was born on 1 October 1848 at Providence, RI. She was the daughter of James Talmage Gano Robins and Janet DeKay. Eliza Ward Robins married Jarvis Bonesteel Edson (Ega #175-21), son of Marmont Bryan Edson (Ega #175-12) and Margaret Barbara Bonesteel, on 9 February 1875 at Brooklyn, New York. Eliza Ward Robins died on 6 February 1920 at New York City, New York, at age 71.

Children of Eliza Ward Robins and Jarvis Bonesteel Edson (Ega #175-21)

James Talmage Gano Robins

M
     James Talmage Gano Robins married Janet DeKay.

Child of James Talmage Gano Robins and Janet DeKay

Janet DeKay

F
     Janet DeKay married James Talmage Gano Robins. Her married name was Robins.

Child of Janet DeKay and James Talmage Gano Robins